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Boris Johnson expected to give HS2 the green light

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Boris Johnson expected to give HS2 the green light

Boris Johnson expected to give HS2 the green light

Boris Johnson is expected to confirm HS2 will go ahead despite concerns over its budget.

The Prime Minister will make a Commons statement on the high-speed rail project after a Cabinet meeting.

It is believed he will give the green light for Phase 1 between London and Birmingham.

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